Originally Aired Saturday November 11th, on San Francisco’s KQKE 960AM “The Quake” with Sharon Franquemont and Megan Doherty
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Intuition has been recognized as an important source of knowing and wisdom in many cultures. How does intuition influence you? Are you aware of your own Intuition Quotient? Hear about Sharon’s 30 years of expertise in the field, and the many ways she and her daughter Megan have used intuition in their lives.
The conversation includes:
* whether intuition is innate, learned, or both
* how intuition can affect your relationships, work life, and self-knowing
* the way Megan uses body/mind cues to make important choices
* the history of intuition and its cultural impact
* why honoring intuition affects collective evolution and global harmony
Sharon Franquemont is the Education Director for the Life Science Foundation and is an international speaker, trainer, and coach on intuition and innovation. She is the author of three books, including “You Already Know What To Do”. Sharon is working on an online learning module for the University of Minnesota's Center for Spirituality and Healing, called “Intuition’s Role in Your Health and Wellbeing”. She is also a co-founder of the Annual Interfaith Prayer Vigil for the Earth in Washington, DC. www.intuitionworks.comwww.lifesciencefoundation.orgwww.oneprayer.org
Megan Doherty, Sharon's daughter, recently changed careers from her role as a highly successful retail manager to a specialist in Corporate Community Outreach. In 2000, she worked as a Representative for Youth at the Wittenberg Center for Alternative Resources - an NGO at the United Nations. Megan also serves as a volunteer for the Annual Interfaith Prayer Vigil for the Earth. Intuition has been a constant influence in her life. She says, "A balance of intuition, heart, and intellect guide most of the major decisions I make in my life."